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Yes, just like any other travel insurance, we’ll cover you should you become unwell or have an accident abroad, lose your luggage or experience delays even on trips not involving sports.
With this policy you would need to cover yourself from the date that you leave home to the date that you return to your home – not just for the dates that you will be doing an activity. You don’t need to add on extra days in case your flight is delayed though – if […]
No you can’t. It must be taken out prior to departure.
If you buy the policy online, yes you do. However if it is in a high sports group, call or email us and we can tailor a quote for you. If you are going to be practicing for an event earlier in the week, you need to consider whether you want cover for that under […]
Children aged 6 yrs and over can travel on their own provided they pay the full adult premium. On a family Sports Travel policy, the first child aged between 2-16*yrs is charged at 50% of the standard premium provided they are accompanied by a parent or guardian also insured, the second child would be charged […]
A partner is considered to be the spouse/common law partner/girlfriend/boyfriend of the insured person.
We can cover you provided that you are not expecting to give birth within 2 months of return from the trip and you will not be travelling against medical advice.
Most of our sports include cover for competitive sports unless they say otherwise. Often we then list the same sport including competition, so please check our full list of sports, or contact us to check.
You will need to let us know via email or phone. We will pay you up to the sum amount shown in your policy wording/schedule for insolvency of the airline prior to your departure or after your departure. If curtailment of the holiday is unavoidable we will cover the cost of return flights to the […]
You should report it to the local police in the country you are in as soon as possible and obtain a crime reference number (LS01 is the Lost or Stolen Passport Notification form). You should also inform the UK Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO), embassy, or consulate of the country you are in. The FCO will […]